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San Francisco | December 2015 Real Estate Market Update

San Francisco | December 2015 Real Estate Market Update

San Francisco Real Estate Report, December 2015 Market Update. – Heading into the Holiday Slowdown after an Interesting Autumn Market – Median home prices, over-bidding, housing affordability, luxury home sales, the new-home construction pipeline, and comparing the Shanghai and S&P 500 stock indices ———————————————————— Median sales prices in October and November jumped back up to […]

Active Listings By Price Segment and Property Type

Active Listings By Price Segment and Property Type

These Broker Metrics charts track weekly number of Active Listings over the past 6 months (early May to mid-October): SFD, under $1m Active Listings – weekly inventory just below 6 month average, about same level as spring, lowest number of active listings since early July. Condo, under $1m Active Listings – autumn inventory levels well […]

San Francisco Condo Prices Down 3% Since Month Prior, Up 15% YTD

SAN FRANCISCO CONDOMINIUM PRICES DECLINED 3 PERCENT IN SEPTEMBER FROM PREVIOUS MONTH, UP 15 PERCENT FROM LAST YEAR Resale Inventory Surpasses Two Months of Supply for First Time in Two Years According to The Mark Company Trend Sheet San Francisco – October 14, 2015 – San Francisco condominium prices declined 3 percent from the previous […]

San Francisco Home Prices Remain High, affordability index stays ...

What an interesting Summer! We are still in the midst of a hot real estate market where homes are getting quickly snatched up, buyers are stretching to pay over asking. The recent stock market gyration and Chinese currency devaluation add some uncertainty to the economy, and later this month the Fed is going to tell […]

Rental Boom is Boon to San Francisco Economy | $25.3B Contributed...

Study: Rental Boom is Boon to San Francisco Area Economy, Contributing $25.3B Locally in 2013 Fueled by Demographic Changes, Growing Millennial Population, Rediscovery of Urban Cores, People are Increasingly Drawn to Apartment Living WASHINGTON, D.C. – The apartment industry emerged as one of the strongest sectors coming out of the Great Recession, and a new […]

Chief Economist And Forecasters For C.A.R. Say Market Rising̷...

Herein lies the problem with reporting on real estate: Everybody has their opinion on what the market is doing, but nobody knows for sure. Case in point, just yesterday we posted “San Francisco housing market continues to show promising signs of recovery”. We posted that from information obtained from the San Francisco Association of Realtors, […]

Get While The Gettin’s Good: Sell Now Or Forever Hold Your ...

We’ve been on a lot of listing presentations lately where the motivation to call us in off the bench has been, in so many words: We’re thinking we should sell our place now before it gets any worse. The media (and certain local real estate blogs) are certainly good at creating panic, and Realtor blogs […]

Can Steve Jobs’ Leave Of Absence Affect SF Real Estate?

Is Steve Jobs so much of a factor that his absence could further derail the economy and possibly even our local real estate market? Certainly Steve Jobs taking a leave of absence until the end of June is not good news for Apple, and not necessarily good news for morale around these parts, but there […]

A Little Holiday Cheer To Take You Into The Weekend

So we got this little text come across our channels yesterday and we thought we’d share it with you. The Dow is going to drop to 7500 (at least) next year. It’s going to get uglier before it gets better. The hedge funds have yet to implode, and while not as damaging as the big […]


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